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When the Chistian monks question Muhammad about the father of Jesus and ask how is it possible to be born without a father, Jibrîl brings down sections of the Sûrah Âl 'Imrân [...], which contains the Qur'anic version of the story of Mary and Jesus.

In another hand, the opening of English verse, "Mary modir wel ye be."

Miniature of Mary and Jesus, border design and initial, French text.

Page of text in hand 2; initials, rubrics, placemarkers. Woodcuts of John the Baptist, a soul rescued from Hell, and Mary and all the saints.

Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene

Prayers, miniatures of Sts. Mary Magdalene and Barbara

70 CE: The famine in Jerusalem drives the Jews to abominable acts: a woman named Mary kills her infant son, then roasts the corpse and devours half of it.

Miniature of Deposition, as Mary and John the Evangelist watch.

Small miniature of Mary Magdalene and explicit.

William and Mary Prince and Princess of Orange 1690

Queen Mary

A map of ye English empire in ye continent of America. Viz Virginia New York Mary Land New I[J]arsey Carolina New England.

Carolina, Virginia, Mary Land & New Iarsey

The history of the coronation of ... James II ... King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, and of ... Queen Mary ... in ... Westminster ... the 23 of April ... 1685 ... [Title page]

The inthronization of their Majesties King James the second and Queen Mary.

A new mapp of America : devided according to the best and latest observations and discoveries, wherein are described by their proper names, the seaverall countries that belonge to ye English, which are wholly left out in all French and Dutch maps, viz. New Scotland, Long Island, N. York, N. Jarsey, Mary Land, Pensilvania, Carrolina, et[c].

A Map of the British and French settlements in North America : (part the second) containing part of New York, Pensilvania, New Jersey, Mary Land, Virginia, North & South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, and all the countries westward in the same parellels so far as discovered, shewing the course of the Rivers Ohio, Missisipi &c. exhibiting the just boundaries & the French encroachments laid down from authentic surveys

Mary De Medicis, Queen of Henry the Great. Marie de Medicis femme d'Henry le Grand.

Habit of Mary Queen of Scots in 1570. Marie reine d'Ecosse.

Habit of Queen Mary in 1554. La reine Marie.

Mary, Duchess of Ancaster.

Letter to [Mary L. Booth, New York.]

Letter to Mrs. Mary Towles

Letter to Mary L. Booth [New York]

Letter to [Mary L. Booth, New York.]

Letter to [Mary L. Booth, New York.]

Letter to Mary [L.] Booth [New York]

Letter to [Mary L. Booth, New York.]

Letter to Doctor [Thomas] Dawson, President of William and Mary College, Va.

Letter to Mary L. Booth [New York]

Letter to Doctor [Thomas] Dawson, President of William and Mary College, Va.

Letter to [Mary L. Booth, New York.]

Mrs. Chauncey Goodrich (Mary Ann Wolcott)

The royal family of George III : Princess Royal, Princess Augusta Sophia, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Mary.

To Miss Anne Wagner. (Mary H. Venables, 1803).

In all the dewy landscapes of the spring, ...' (Mary Lyon, Liverpool, May 26th, 1796)

Collage by Mary H. Venables (?)

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

Walker, Mary Edwards

Entrance to the Convent of St. Mary

Pryer, Mary Margaretta

Walker, Mary Edwards

Pryer, Mary Margaretta

Walker, Mary Edwards

Walker, Mary Edwards

Church and Convent of St. Mary

Walker, Mary Edwards

Walker, Mary Edwards

Walker, Mary Edwards

Walker, Mary Edwards

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

[Manning, Robert], Uncle, ALS to. Mar. 24, 1819. With ALS by his mother to Mary Manning.

The Diana at St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland.

William and Mary College at Williamsburg, Va.

Mary Stéphan. Dans la Cracovienne. [Lithograph by Haguental] Imprimerie d'Aubert & Cie.

Boyle, Miss Mary ALS to 1850 Sept. 16

Boyle, Miss Mary ALS to 1850 Sept. 16

Boyle, Miss Mary ALS to 1850 Sept. 16

Boyle, Miss Mary ALS to 1850 Sept. 16

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

View of Chicago as seen at the top of St. Mary's College.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Porter, Mary A., ALS to NH. Jul. 7, 1851.

Henri Darnley et Marie Stuart sortant de l'église après leur mariage.

The grave of Mary H. Dimmick.

St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N.C.

The Steamer MARY POWELL, approaching Cornwall Landing.

Hall - "St. Mary's of the Lake."

St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N.C.

The Steamer MARY POWELL, approaching Cornwall Landing.

The Steamer MARY POWELL, approaching Cornwall Landing.

St. Mary's Church, Dubuque, Iowa.

The grave of Mary H. Dimmick.

Hall - "St. Mary's of the Lake."

St. Mary's Cathedral of Chicago (first cathedral in Chicago).

St. Mary's Church, Dubuque, Iowa.

The Steamer MARY POWELL, approaching Cornwall Landing.

St. Mary's Cathedral of Chicago (first cathedral in Chicago).

Ruins of the Church of S. Mary the Great.

Ruins of the Church of S. Mary the Great.

Plans and sections of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary, and of the Cave of the Agony.

Ancient Jewish work in the north-east of the Haram Wali, near S. Mary's Gate.

Ancient Jewish work in the north-east of the Haram Wali, near S. Mary's Gate.

Plans and sections of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary, and of the Cave of the Agony.